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12. februar 2016
As operations to retake opposition-held areas in Ramadi and Fallujah continue, thousands of civilians are forced to flee their homes. “Aid agencies are struggling to provide assistance due to the sudden increase in newly displaced families from towns inside Anbar governorate,” NRC’s Area Manager in Baghdad, Anja Riiser says.
Thousands of civilians flee Anbar
11. februar 2016
NRC is concerned for the thousands of civilians at the border of Turkey, as the humanitarian situation worsens. We are currently working around the clock to provide internally displaced Syrian families with tents and emergency aid.
Syrians freeze at the Turkish border
12. februar 2016
If the security situation does not improve soon, we will miss our opportunity to move supplies and effectively prepare for the overwhelming humanitarian needs before rainy season arrives, writes Melody Knight, NRC's Conflict and Policy Analyst in South Sudan.
The struggle for peace
08. februar 2016
The situation in ares bordering Turkey remains difficult. NRC's Filip Lozinski says Syrians are struggling in the cold weather.
Cold weather threatens Syrians stuck at the border

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Syrians helpless with nowhere to turn, wait at the border

Thousands of families wait at the border of Turkey, fleeing conflict as the Government of Syria secures control of the strategically valuable towns of Nubul and Zahra which had been under siege by opposition groups for three years.

What’s driving Syrian refugees to despair?

As world leaders and international donors meet in London this week to pledge money for the Syria crisis, millions of refugees across the Middle East are being driven into further despair.

Education for peace in Colombia

“For me, it is important to be here, to learn and to move forward. It is dangerous for children to be out there,” says Kerlin Paola (9).

A look into Zaatari camp during winter

Mohammad, a Syrian refugee, resident in Zaatari camp in Jordan, sells hot beans on a cart in the main market street as the first winter rain begins to fall.

Syrian Wishes

Refugee youth from Syria were asked to write a letter to someone they love. The photo series “Syrian Wishes” joins the letters with beautiful portraits and paintings.

88 percent of Syrians in the south living in extreme poverty

At least 88 percent of households in southern Syria are living in extreme poverty, compared to pre-crisis levels of only 5 percent, says a new report from aid agencies CARE, NRC, and FAO (RFSAN, iMMAP).

An appeal to end the suffering in Syria

Today, leaders of humanitarian organisations and UN agencies call for urgent action to end the bloodshed in Syria.

Colombia's bumpy road to peace

In Colombia, huge challenges remain in order to achieve peace and important issues need to be settled between the parties.

Afghan displaced children and youth paint their lives

Through the delivery of a series of art therapy workshops, the project depicted provides a much needed psychosocial support to over four hundred Afghan children affected by displacement.

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